Chapter 2 - Case Study Robert Baxley

Chapter 2 - Case Study Robert Baxley - likely to be less...

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Case Study: Rethinking Rocky Mountain Outfitters Instructions: Follow instructions on page 69 of the text - note: you will NOT be required to complete the case questions on page 69. However, you will need to complete the online questions on Moodle for Chapter 2 Case assignment. What if Barbara decides to use the object-oriented (OO) approach for the CSS project? How extensive would the required training be? What life cycle variations is Barbara considering because she wants to involve users throughout the project? What else might she do to speed development? What else might she consider adapting from Extreme Programming, from the Unified Process, from Agile Modeling, or from Scrum? ANSWER: If Barbara decides to use the OO approach for the CSS project, the training requirements are
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Unformatted text preview: likely to be less (overall) than when using the traditional approach because each developer will require training only in their specific area of expertise because the project is broken-down in to multiple separate objects that can be reused as necessary. The life cycle variations Barbara is considering is the spiral model because working software is given to the users who are involved throughout the project. Barbara should also consider using Scrum as part of her development methodology so that as she gathers feedback from the users and developers during the SDLC Spiral Model to quickly adapt to the users and contingencies as they arise....
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This note was uploaded on 02/19/2012 for the course MMIS 530 taught by Professor Jayashbaugh during the Winter '12 term at Friends University.

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